The effects of legalized prostitution in Germany.
More than 500 Germans, including a former rapper named Deso Dogg, have joined ISIS in Syria.
A profile of the most powerful woman in the world.
A utopian German settlement in Chile had already turned darkly cultish by the time it became a secret torture site for enemies of the Pinochet regime.
On the discovery of a billion dollars worth of artwork looted by Nazis in the cramped apartment of a Munich recluse.
Rethinking Hannah Arendt’s Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil.
How a longtime gambling addict and a small band of his cronies manipulated both the game and betting exchanges from a tiny Berlin cafe, going as far as buying ownerships of teams in order to insure their failure.
A report from the trial of Ivan Demjanjuk—a.k.a. “The Last Nazi”—who died on March 17.
Searching for the reclusive band’s studio in Düsseldorf.
Creating an identity that’s no longer tied to the past.
Monsters occasionally assume a completely unexpected appearance. All of a sudden, Adolf Hitler is standing onstage wearing an Adidas tracksuit and flip-flops, and his name isn't Hitler; it's Oliver Polak. And the monster isn't really Adolf Hitler, either; it's the audience's laughter. It starts with a sputter, like something trying to break free from its restraints. But then it bursts out as if suddenly liberated.